Shifts the red, green, and blue channels in time by different amounts, to give a temporal chroma distortion. On AE, this effect should be applied directly to a clip because any prior effects on the same clip will be ignored.

In the Sapphire Time effects submenu.


Source:  The current layer.   The clip to be processed.


Red Shift Frames:   Integer,  Default: 1,  Range: any.
The number of frames to shift the red channel.

Green Shift Frames:   Integer,  Default: 0,  Range: any.
The number of frames to shift the green channel.

Blue Shift Frames:   Integer,  Default: -1,  Range: any.
The number of frames to shift the blue channel.

Clamp Chroma:   Default: 1,  Range: 0 to 1.
If less than one, the chroma of the output is reduced to this value. This can help keep the output colors video safe.

Input Opacity:   Popup menu,  Default: Normal.
Determines the method used for dealing with opacity/transparency.
All Opaque:  Use this option to render slightly faster when the input image is fully opaque with no transparency (alpha=1).
Normal:  Process opacity normally.
As Premult:  Process as if the image is already in premultiplied form (colors have been scaled by opacity). This option also renders slightly faster than Normal mode, but the results will also be in premultiplied form, which is sometimes less correct.

Output Opacity:   Popup menu,  Default: All Opaque.
Determines the opacity/transparency of the result. This effect does not process the opacity (alpha channel) of its input but it can either copy the opacity from the input, or output a fully opaque result.
All Opaque:  Makes the result fully opaque with no transparency.
Copy From Input:  Copies the opacity/transparency from the current layer given to this effect.

See Also:

Sapphire Plug-ins Introduction

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